Siegle was an all-state quarterback in fertile western Pennsylvania at Shaler Area High School in Pittsburgh
and then went on to play at Milford Academy. After Milford Siegle earned a full scholarship to the University
of Cincinnati, where he helped the Bearcats to a berth in the 2000 Motor City Bowl. After two years at
Cincinnati, he earned his bachelor's degree in liberal Arts from West Virginia Tech - where he was named
Second Team All-Conference.
Siegle also played arena football for two years.
After college, Siegle became the Quarterbacks and Running backs at Milford Academy in New Berlin, New
York, where he not only helped that program to a two-year record 17-6, but he also mentored running
back Lesean McCoy, who became the 21st overall pick in the 2009 NFL Draft by the Philadelphia Eagles,
and current University of Miami running back Graig Cooper, who was named the team's Most Versatile
Player in 2008.
Prior to joining the Hampton staff, Siegle was the defensive graduate assistant at Florida International
University. While at FIU, Siegle was part of one of the nation's fastest up-and-coming programs in the
country while working with the defensive line.
The son of Don and Marina Siegle, Siegle is married to the former Katie Dugan and the couple resides
in New Berlin, New York.